Muslima claiming to be a terrorist tries to set airline seat on fire, threatens to blow up the plane


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PLANE HORROR Woman sparks plane panic after claiming to be a terrorist and threatening to blow up jet

By: Joe Duggan, The Sun: 18 Dec 2019:

A FEMALE passenger claiming to be a terrorist sparked panic by threatening to blow up a plane in Turkey.

She ranted she was a member of the banned FETO group, which Turkey’s government blamed for a 2016 coup attempt against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

A female passenger sparked panic on a plane as she threatened to blow it up

Passengers restrained the woman, who wore dark glasses, a veil and a blue headscarf, as the Pegasus Airlines plane sat on the runway at Sabiha Gokcen Airport.

She held up a picture of Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen – accused of being behind the 2016 coup plot – and a book.

According to Cyprus Mail, the woman yelled: “I am a FETO member, and I will blow up the aircraft.”

Turkish media said the woman claimed to have five bombs.


As she rowed with other passengers she lit cigarettes inside the plane, according to Turkish news website Hurriyet.

Footage showed the woman being restrained by fellow passengers after she threatened to blow up the flight to Tymbou, Northern Cyprus.

Security guards came onboard to escort the woman off the flight.

A search of the jet found nothing suspicious.

I am a FETO member, and I will blow up the aircraft
Ranting passenger

The woman was arrested by Turkish police after her shocking outburst.

It is unclear whether the flight took off or was cancelled after she had been escorted from the plane.

FETO- the Fethullahist Terrorist Organization – is what the Turkish government has named Fethullah Gulen’s movement.

Gulen had been a supporter of Erdogan but Erdogan purged Gulen’s supporters from the judiciary, military and civil services after the two fell out.

A failed military coup d’etat in July 2016 resulted in Erdogan imposing more purges and implementing a state of emergency.

Erdogan claimed the leaders of the coup were linked to Gulen, but Gulen has denied any involvement in it.

Sun Online contacted Pegasus Airlines for comment.

The woman was seen holding up a picture of Islamic cleric Fethullah GulenCredit: Twitter

Footage showed frightened passengers appearing to leave the flight after the terror outburst, which led to the woman’s arrest

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